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“Is the end near?”. Second City Cop is in Google’s crosshairs. Google may do what Rahm Emanuel-could only dream about: shutting down the Second City Cop Blog.

Second City Cop put the Chicago Police Department, the rest of Chicago government, and the State of Illinois government under the microscope.

Second City Cop certainly had rough edges, at times profane and unsparing, but it was far more honest than the Chicago mainstream media about what was happening in Chicago. Certainly more honest than the States Attorney, mayor, and the alder creatures in Chicago.

From the blog:

Pretty much every social media platform bans anything supporting the police while promoting “protestors,” terrorist organizations and every anti-police whack-job out there. Organized groups are dox-ing cops, threatening our families and anyone who “backs the Blue”….and this is permitted.

We have received a number of warnings from Blogger and had a couple of posts taken down from earlier this summer due to a concerted effort by the CTU for merely pointing out what their members have posted on their social media accounts.

We didn’t manipulate anything. We didn’t lie about what they said. We merely re-posted what they had already broadcast to the world. And our posts were removed.

We’re expecting more of the same after this weekend, so we’re warning the readers that it is very possible as the election nears and the leftist psychoses bubble to the surface more often, you will wake up one day and find the blog severely curtailed…..or missing entirely.

No doubt, some will find that a relief. Others not so much. It is part-and-parcel of the stranglehold major media companies have on the flow of information.

Read it while you can.

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  1. Kozak Member
    KozakJoined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    I go there every day to check up on how things are really going in Chicago.

    Once again, I want Jeff Sessions to tell me how the Big Tech companies aren’t behaving like monopolies and aren’t a threat to our freedom.

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    • September 17, 2020, at 4:42 PM PDT
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  2. Percival Thatcher
    PercivalJoined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    I really enjoy the site.

    The CTU? Second City Cop may have stepped over the line. He’s battling real power now. I doubt even Groot herself can make a bigger ruckus.

    Pinched from SecondCityCop.

    If the CTU was as good at teaching children as they are at throwing their weight around, they would be a marvel.

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    • September 17, 2020, at 4:45 PM PDT
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  3. kedavis Member

    “The Internet” doesn’t really kick anyone off, if Second City Cop Blog is having problems with their current host, other hosting services exist.

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    • September 17, 2020, at 8:58 PM PDT
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  4. Joseph Stanko Coolidge
    Joseph StankoJoined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    Kozak (View Comment):
    Once again, I want Jeff Sessions to tell me how the Big Tech companies aren’t behaving like monopolies and aren’t a threat to our freedom.

    Google certainly has a dominant position in the search engine market, though whether they have a “monopoly” is debatable given the available alternatives such as DuckDuckGo.

    Blogger most certainly does not have a monopoly on blog hosting platforms.

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    • September 18, 2020, at 4:42 PM PDT
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  5. kedavis Member

    Joseph Stanko (View Comment):

    Kozak (View Comment):
    Once again, I want Jeff Sessions to tell me how the Big Tech companies aren’t behaving like monopolies and aren’t a threat to our freedom.

    Google certainly has a dominant position in the search engine market, though whether they have a “monopoly” is debatable given the available alternatives such as DuckDuckGo.

    Blogger most certainly does not have a monopoly on blog hosting platforms.

    But at least some of the other “search engines” are not actually search engines, they just “anonymize” your query and send it to google, then send you back the results.

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    • September 18, 2020, at 4:46 PM PDT
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  6. Kozak Member
    KozakJoined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    Joseph Stanko (View Comment):

    Kozak (View Comment):
    Once again, I want Jeff Sessions to tell me how the Big Tech companies aren’t behaving like monopolies and aren’t a threat to our freedom.

    Google certainly has a dominant position in the search engine market, though whether they have a “monopoly” is debatable given the available alternatives such as DuckDuckGo.

    Blogger most certainly does not have a monopoly on blog hosting platforms.

    That is a monopoly.

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    • September 26, 2020, at 5:46 AM PDT
    • 2 likes